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Livewire

A simple web content editor built with Electron.

Livewire

Features

  1. Multiple Formats: Supports both AsciiDoc and GitHub Flavored Markdown

  2. Easy to find files: Double-click on the file name in the tab and an Explorer/Finder window will appear with the file selected.

  3. Global Shortcut: For an easy way to return back to Livewire, just press CTRL + F12 (or CMD + F12 on a Mac) to bring the Livewire window to focus and on top of all windows.

  4. Distraction-Free Writing: You can toggle full screen mode by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + F and toggle auto-hide of the menu by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + M.

  5. Save As HTML: From the File menu you can select to save your current document as HTML or you can use the CTRL + SHIFT + H shortcut.

For more information make sure to read the wiki.

Installers

You can download the installers here.

Running the App from Source

First, make sure you have Node.js and Git installed on your machine.

Next, via the command prompt open the directory in which you want to download Livewire. Right-click and choose Git Bash Here. If you don't have Git Bash, open Git Shell or any Git-enabled command prompt. Clone the repository by using this command:

git clone https://github.com/infragistics/livewire.git

This will automatically create a livewire subdirectory. Change directories into livewire:

cd livewire 

Then, install the Livewire dependencies:

npm install

Finally, you can start the application:

npm start

Happy writing!